In less than a month it will arrive Far Cry 6 on the screens of gamers, e AMD today he released a new trailer for PC that showcases his Ray Tracing and the features of the FideltyFX Super Resolution (abbreviated FSR).
In Far Cry 6 the player is immersed in an adrenaline and chaotic setting, in the midst of a guerrilla war between revolutionaries, mercenaries and government forces of a fictional island in the tropics called Yara. The enemy on this tour is Anton Castillo, president-dictator of the island played by the actor Giancarlo Esposito, willing to use every means to restore his country to its former glory. On the other hand, the player plays Dani Rojas, a guerrilla who together with a group of rebels tries to free the small nation from the yoke of its dictator.
The trailer, present at the end of the article, shows some scenes in which AMD’s algorithms are set in motion to enhance graphics rendering. We can see Ray Tracing work with global illumination and reflective surfaces. Far Cry 6 is one of those games that takes advantage of AMD’s FSR at launch, a technology similar to Nvidia’s DLSS that intervenes with its up-scaling functions to lend a hand to gaming performance.
With these technologies in place and with a setting that promises to be one of the largest in the history of the Ubisoft saga, there will surely be breathtaking scenery to visit such as jungles, beaches or the capital city of Yara itself. As seen in the Far Cry 6 trailer, even the fights of the revolution will have their visual performances spectacularized by Ray Tracing and the FSR. We remind you that Far Cry 6 will officially release on October 7 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PC and Stadia, but if you already want to get an idea of what the game will be like, read our test. If you want to use the AMD technologies described in this article, be sure to check the PC requirements first. Also check out the previously announced DLCs, available post-launch.
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